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Aug 10, 2013 9:40pm EDT
an opportunity. i used to be a skinny kid. i still have a funny name. but i came to america with an idea, a train. i grew up in a poor neighborhood in london. it is the area, not only did they invent the word hooliganism, they practiced it on a daily basis. i was five years old, i would run home and play with lego, i would try to reorganize the town to make it a place where people would feel good about living there. how can we create places? it was that the said i want to be an architect. so i find myself many years later in the united states or king for various -- working for of whatnd that value architecture can do to improve people possible absent community lives ands communities stuck with me. the first competition we did was for her returning refugees in kosovo. the first person i called and i am a 23- said, year-old kid, i have this idea, what do you think? he thought i was crazy. enough, hundreds of architects said it might be crazy but we can make a difference. out then, we were running of a studio in new york. it was just a couple of volunteers. we had a dream architects could make a dif
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